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Vocational inclusion: Talented seamstress trains other people with disabilities 06/05/23

In Niger, Humanity & Inclusion helps young women with disabilities find employment. Badariya, a talented seamstress, is an apprentice turned trainer.

  • Niger

Displaced by conflict, Mahamat attends school for the first time 06/02/23

Mahamat* is 13 years old. After fleeing his village after attacks by armed groups, he is now living in a camp for displaced people in Kousseri, on the shores of Lake Chad.

  • Chad

“My biggest fear was that Nita would never walk!” 06/01/23

Un Sonita, known as Nita, was born with clubfoot. When she was just a baby, she started treatment at Humanity & Inclusion’s Kampong Cham rehabilitation center in Cambodia. Nita has now made a complete recovery!

  • Cambodia

In Niger, severe weather events destroyed people's homes and crops 05/30/23

Torrential rain and violent hailstorms: extreme weather events are a threat to people like Ali, 76, who lost his home and his harvest in 2021. HI provided him with an emergency shelter.

  • Niger

Protecting lives through explosive ordnance risk education in Ukraine 05/24/23

Olga Savchenko, explosive ordnance risk education project manager and Kaitlin Hodge, armed violence reduction specialist in Ukraine, explain how Humanity & Inclusion is raising the population’s awareness of the dangers linked to explosive devices and bombings.

  • Ukraine

Inclusive education helps children like Mahamadou dream big 05/24/23

Mahamadou is 13 years old and lives in Niger. He dreams of becoming a doctor and saving lives. HI is supporting him so that he can go to school in good conditions and fulfill his dreams.

  • Niger

“If I had stayed in my shelter, I would be dead now” 05/23/23

Cyclone Mocha hit Bangladesh and Myanmar on Sunday, 14 May. Our teams are currently assessing the damage and needs in Cox's Bazar refugee camps.

  • Bangladesh

Malika dreams of quality education for all 05/19/23

Malika is ten years old and lives in Maradi, Niger. She has a visual disability and, with the support of HI, she is now in third grade at school and is making great progress.

  • Niger

Massalouka’s smile is a victory over malnutrition 05/19/23

As a consequence of malnutrition, Massalouka, aged two and half, could not sit up on her own. Today, thanks to HI's rehabilitation services in Niger, she is making amazing progress.

  • Niger

Cyclone Mocha leaves fear and anxiety in its wake 05/17/23

HI offers psychological first aid to help people feel recognized, valued, and safe after Cyclone Mocha hits Bangladesh.

  • Bangladesh

"Nowadays, anything can be mined, even a pillow!" 05/17/23

Svitlana took part in an explosive ordnance and bombing awareness session organized by HI in Ukraine. This is her story.

  • Ukraine

Cyclone Mocha may hit world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh 05/12/23

Mocha may hit the border area of Bangladesh and Myanmar on sunday 14th May. Concerns are very high regarding Cox’s Bazar refugee camps, where 1 million Rohingya are living.

  • Bangladesh

Demining in complex and dangerous environments, the example of Syria 05/11/23

In Raqqa, HI has been conducting underwater operations to locate, identify and remove explosive weapons. Thanks to these operations, the inhabitants now have access to drinking water again.

  • Syria

Growing coffee on land free of mines 05/10/23

It took 10 years for Justiniano, a farmer in Colombia, to feel safe when walking on and cultivating his land. Thanks to HI’s demining operations, his coffee plantation is now flourishing.

  • Colombia

Ayham lost his entire family in Syria earthquake 05/09/23

Ayham has been receiving psychological and rehabilitation care from HI and its partners since the earthquake that hit Syria and Turkey on February 6.

  • Syria


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